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The Hungarian Province of the Piarist Order and the John von Neumann Computer Society organised a temporary exhibition to pay homage to two Piarist teachers: József Öveges, who was born 120 years ago, and Mihály Kovács, born a hundred years ago.

The National Museum of Computing in Britain (TNMOC) is to hold the Week of Code for young programmers from 10.00 to 17.00 daily between 1 and 5 August.

The town Milton Keynes in England will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its foundation next year.

On 2 June 1996, Netscape released its Navio Navigator browser and announced that it would focus on the non-PC world (mainly game consoles, Nintendo products, set-top boxes, and televisions).

A component of a World War Two coding machine, which was used by Hitler and his generals to exchange coded messages, was found in a garden shed in Essex.

The Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center was opened on 9 June 1986 thirty years ago with the aim to support the forerunner of modern internet, the network of the National Science Foundation (NSFNET)

The Science Museum in London will organise special, family-friendly summer holiday activities, a series of video gaming events called Power Up from 22 July to 7 August.

On 8 July seventy years ago, the Moore School of Electrical Engineering of the University of Pennsylvania launched an inspiring summer course on computing science.

The TAP-34 "intelligent terminal", developed and manufactured in the early 1980s by Telefongyár (Telephone Factory) is one of the rare models of Hungarian professional personal computers.

The IAS (Institute for Advanced Study abbreviated) binary computer built on the basis of design by and under the direction of John von Neumann was